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Nigeria’s federal government is said to be looking for a new source of funding so that NNPC can continue work on the Ajaokuta-Kaduna-Kano (AKK) natural gas pipeline project.
Nigeria’s federal government is looking for a new source of funding so that Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) can continue work on the Ajaokuta-Kaduna-Kano (AKK) natural gas pipeline project.
Following the passage of a new law governing the oil and gas sector, Nigeria’s government is beset by critics.
Representatives of Italy’s Eni met with Egyptian and Algerian officials last week to discuss the prospects for green and blue hydrogen production.
The EACOP consortium has signed its first tri-partite land compensation agreement with residents of areas along the pipeline’s designated path.
A representative of France’s TotalEnergies has urged Nigeria’s government to explore multiple options for the transportation of natural gas.
State-owned Qatar Petroleum struck two more long-term supply deals over the past week.
Attempts by Turkish plastics recyclers to show economic damage caused by barring waste imports from UK and other nations appear to have won out over environmental considerations.